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Antique Hindu Bronze Statue
Four-Armed Goddess

Origin: India. Circa: early 1900s'
H 6.5 in.(16.5cm), W 3.75 in.(9.5cm), D 2.5 in.(5.5cm)

Condition : Very Good!

The goddess Durga, also known as Shakti. She is the energy generated from the union of Shiva and Parvati. Born from the mouths of the gods as jets of fire that which took the form of the goddess as the slayer of the buffalo demon Mahisasura. She is the root cause of creation, preservation and destruction.

Here the goddess is seated in royal ease asana, she is wearing a majestic conical crown, adorned with a wisdom third eye, richly jeweled with a sacred thread, a beautiful ornate belt, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and tiara. In her two forth hands she holds a dagger (discrimination), a chakra (righteousness), possibly a conch (happiness), and a lotus (detachment) in the two rear hands. With a lion-headed aureole where five cobras raised above the head of the goddess. In spite of its small size, the statue is rendered with extraordinary fine details and beautifully aged natural patina.

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